Radiation Cured Products: UV Cured Powder Coatings Emerge Victorious in Eco-Friendly Race

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Dublin, Oct. 24, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f2pszs/radiation_cured) has announced the addition of the "Radiation Cured Products - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Radiation Cured Products in Metric Tons and US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Radiation-Cured Coatings, Radiation-Cured Inks, and Radiation-Cured Adhesives. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2010 through 2018.

The report profiles 103 companies including many key and niche players such as:

  • 3M Company
  • Ashland Inc.
  • Bayer MaterialScience AG
  • Craig Adhesives and Coatings
  • Cytec Industries Inc.
  • Dexerials Corp.
  • DIC Corporation
  • Sun Chemical Corporation
  • DYMAX Corporation
  • Flint Group
  • FUJIFILM Sericol UK Ltd.
  • LORD Corporation
  • Momentive
  • PPG Industries Inc.
  • Red Spot Paint & Varnish Company Inc.
  • Royal DSM N.V.
  • Toyo Ink Group.

Key Topics Covered:

I. Introduction, Methodology & Product Definitions

  • Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1
  • Disclaimers I-2
  • Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2
  • Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3
  • Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3
  • Radiation-Cured Coatings I-4
  • Radiation-Cured Inks I-4
  • Radiation-Cured Adhesives I-4

II. Executive Summary


  • Radiation Cured Products - A Prelude II-1
  • Volume Analysis II-1
  • Value Analysis II-2
  • Segment Analysis II-2
  • Radiation-Cured Coatings Market II-2
  • Applications of UV Cured Coatings II-3
  • Portable UV Curing Equipment II-4
  • Food Packaging and Commercial Sector Provide Lucrative Growth Opportunities II-5
  • Cost Factor II-5
  • Radiation-Cured Inks Market II-5
  • Radiation-Cured Adhesives Market II-6
  • Growth Drivers II-6


  • UV/EB Market Driven by Environmental Regulations II-7
  • UV Cured Coatings Expand into Newer Application Areas II-7
  • Soft-Touch Coatings II-7
  • UV Cure Coatings in the Aerospace Industry II-7
  • UV Curable PUDs for Flooring Applications II-7
  • Direct-to-Metal Applications II-8
  • Composite Repair Operations II-8
  • Sunshine-Cure Coatings for Boat Decks II-8
  • Advanced Chemistry: The Advent of Acrylated Allophanate Oligomers II-8
  • Technological Advancements Envelop Radcure Coatings Market II-9
  • UV Cured Powder Coatings Emerge Victorious in Eco-Friendly Race II-9
  • Development of UV Cured Powder Coatings for Novel Applications II-10
  • Military Applications of Powder Coatings II-10
  • UV Inkjet and UV Flexo Inks Overthrow Offset Inks II-10
  • Paper Industry Customers Demand Deinkable Radiation Cured Inks II-11
  • Development of Performance Enriched Light Curing Adhesives for Optical Applications II-11
  • Application of UV Curable Adhesives in the Medical Arena II-11
  • Material Specificity II-12
  • UV Curable Pressure Sensitive Adhesives - Gaining Ground II-12
  • UV Curable PSAs - Highly Favored for Resealable Packaging II-12
  • UV LED Curing: A New Efficient Technology II-12
  • Emergence of LED Curing in Digital Printers II-13
  • Need for Eco-Friendly Formulations Drives Paint Additives Market II-13
  • Escalating Raw Material Costs Impede UV/EB Market Growth II-13
  • Variable Energy Levels of Lamps - A Major Quality Issue II-14


  • Radcure Technology - An Overview II-15
  • Process of UV-Curing II-15
  • Ultraviolet (UV) and Electron Beam (EB) Process II-16
  • Comparison between UV and EB Curing II-16
  • Radiation-Cured Products II-17
  • Advantages of Radiation-Cured Products II-17
  • Components of Radiation Curable Formulations II-17
  • Monomers II-17
  • Oligomers II-18
  • Photoinitiators II-18
  • Free Radical Photoinitiators II-18
  • Cationic Photoinitiators II-18
  • Curing of UV/EB Materials II-18
  • UV/EB Cured Materials II-19
  • EB/UV Acrylate Resins II-19
  • Applications of UV/EB Cured Materials II-19
  • Radiation-Cured Coatings II-20
  • UV-Curable vs. EB-Curable II-20
  • Energy Requirements for Curing II-20
  • Applications of Radiation Cured Coatings II-21
  • Radiation-Cured Coatings - Advantages II-21
  • Constraints II-21
  • Radiation-Cured Inks II-22
  • Classification of Radiation Curable Inks II-22
  • Applications of Radiation Curable Inks II-23
  • Radiation-Cured Adhesives II-23
  • UV-Curing Adhesive Systems II-23
  • UV Laminating Adhesives II-24
  • UV Pressure Sensitive Laminating Adhesives II-24
  • UV Post-Curing Laminating Adhesives II-25
  • EB-Curable Laminating Adhesives II-25
  • New Applications of UV/EB Laminating Adhesives II-26
  • Radiation-Curable Systems II-26
  • Radiation-Cured Compositions II-26
  • Radiation-Curable Systems Vs. Standard Aqueous/Solvent Systems II-27
  • Benefits of Radiation-Curable Systems II-27
  • Absence of Solvents II-27
  • Reduction in VOC-Emissions II-27
  • High Energy Efficiency II-27
  • Lesser Floor Space II-27
  • Better Production Rates II-28
  • Radiation-Curable Systems - Constraints II-28
  • Three-Dimensional Parts II-28
  • Oxygen Inhibition II-28
  • Cure Penetration II-29
  • Methods to Enhance Cure Penetration II-29
  • Viscosity II-29
  • Methods to Reduce Viscosity II-30
  • Low-Viscosity Reactive Diluents Addition II-30
  • Heat Application II-30
  • Addition of Organic Solvent II-30
  • Other Disadvantages II-31
  • Radiation-Curable System Applications II-31
  • Radiation-Curable Systems- Application Scenario II-31
  • Food Packaging II-32
  • Paper Conversion II-32
  • Graphic Inks and Arts II-32
  • Printing II-32
  • Industrial Usage II-33
  • Automotive II-33
  • Electrical and Electronics II-33
  • Healthcare II-34
  • Metal Coatings II-34
  • Optical Coatings II-35
  • Plastic Coatings II-35
  • Release Coatings II-35
  • Powder Coatings II-36
  • Merits II-36
  • Wood Coatings II-37
  • UV Curable Inks for Screen Printing II-37
  • Advantages II-37
  • Low Curing Time II-37
  • Outstanding Color II-37
  • Anti-Clogging Ability II-37
  • Demerits of UV Inks II-38
  • Limited Number of Compatible Substrates II-38
  • Dark-Colored Substrates Not Suitable for UV Printing II-38
  • Lower Durability in Outdoor Conditions II-38
  • UV Inks Are Not Abrasion Resistant II-38
  • Lack of Versatility II-38
  • UV Inks are Highly Sensitive II-38


  • Sika Launches Sikaflex®-295i UV Sealant and Adhesive II-39
  • Flint Group Introduces Arrowstar™ Plus UV 8000 Ink Range II-39
  • Bayer MaterialScience Unveils Desmolux® LWM 2535 and
  • Bayhydrol® UV XP 2687 UV-curing Urethane Acrylates II-39
  • LORD Unveils LORD Fusor HD Seam Sealers II-39
  • Flint Group Introduces New Line of Ink Products and Technologies II-40
  • Intertronics Unveils DymaxUltra Light-Weld® 431 UV and LED Curable Adhesive II-40
  • Master Bond Launches Master Bond UV25 UV Curing System II-40
  • BASF to Roll Out Irgacure® 290 TPC and Irgacure® LEX 201 to Improve UV Light Formulations II-41
  • Sartomer USA Launches CN9062 Dual-Cure Oligomer for Exterior Hardcoat Applications II-41
  • Evonik Industries Introduces TAICROS® Crosslinking Additive for UV Curing Clear Coatings II-42
  • Novamelt to Unveil UV-Curable Novarad® RC 24371 Acrylic PSA II-42
  • Flint Group Narrow Web Launches EkoCure™ Range of UV Rotary Screen and UV Flexo Ink Technologies II-42
  • SunJet Introduces EtiJet LM UV Ink Range II-42
  • Flint Group Launches Lithocure Premium™ Ink II-42
  • Ricoh Introduces Photo Ultraviolet-Curable Inkjet Ink II-43
  • Chemence Expands Soak-Off UV Curing Nail Polish Range II-43
  • Evonik Industries Launches TEGO® Airex 921 Deaerator II-43
  • EMS Rolls Out 535-10M-1 UV Curable Adhesive II-43
  • Lumen Dynamics Group Launches OmniCure® LC280 UV LED Curable System II-44
  • Master Bond Rolls Out Master Bond UV15 Epoxy UV Curing System II-44
  • Cytec Industries Introduces UCECOAT™ 7200 Waterborne Ultraviolet Curing Resin II-45
  • Novagard Solutions Introduces Novel UV Curing Staking Compounds II-45
  • Bayer MaterialScience Launches Bayhydrol® Range of UV Curable Coatings II-45
  • Techsil Showcases a Range of Adhesives II-46
  • Cytec Industries to Launch EBECRYL™ 570 Resin II-46
  • Momentive Launches Addisil UV 60 EX Elastomer II-46
  • DSM Desotech Expands UVolve® Range of Ultraviolet-Cure Instant Floor Coatings II-47
  • Cytec Industries Launches Ucecoat 7710 UV-PUD Resin II-47
  • Phoseon Technology to Unveil UV LED Curing Products II-47
  • Momentive Unveils Range of SilForce Products II-47
  • Cytec Industries Rolls Out EBECRYL® 571 Polyester Resin II-47
  • Cytec Industries Unveils UV Curing Ebecryl 8100 Urethane Acrylate II-48
  • Cytec Industries to Launch New Line of UV and Water-Borne Product II-48
  • Cytec Industries Introduces UV-PUD Resin II-48
  • Henkel Unveils Hysol PC40-UMF UV Curable Coating Material II-48
  • Arrow Digital Launches Range of Virtu UV Curable Inks II-49
  • DYMAX and Ellsworth Adhesives Unveil E-MAX 903-E Conformal Coating II-49
  • Bluestar Silicones Introduces Range of SILCOLEASE® UV Products II-49
  • Flint Group Rolls Out Biocure F UV Flexo Ink System II-50
  • ColorGen to Launch New Ranges of UV Flexo Ink II-50
  • Chemence Unveils Soak-Off UV Curable Nail Polish Line II-50
  • Techsil Introduces RTV191 UV-Curable Silicones II-50
  • Kyocera Develops KVL-G3 UV LEDCuring System II-51
  • Pulse Roll Label Unveils Combi SF White Ink II-51
  • Flint Group Launches Flexocure Ancora II-51
  • INX Introduces New Pair of Inks II-51
  • Nanophase Introduces Extends NanoArc® Dispersions Line II-52
  • Xennia Launches XenInk Diamond Range of UV-Cured Inks II-52
  • Ecology Coatings Unveils Bio-based Materials II-52


  • Toyo Ink Launches UV Inks II-53
  • INX Digital Releases New BIL UV Ink II-53
  • SunJet Launches White UV Curing Ink II-53
  • Cytec Industries Introduces Ebecryl 5000 Series Bioligomers II-54
  • Cytec Industries Launches Gelva Multipolymer Radiation in Europe II-54
  • Sakata Launches XJS Series II-54


  • Advent International Acquires Coating Resins Business of Cytec Industries II-55
  • The Carlyle Group Acquires DuPont Performance Coatings II-55
  • Momentive Specialty Chemicals Establishes Curing Agent Manufacturing Facility II-55
  • Arsenal Capital Partners Takes Over IGM Resins II-56
  • Watson Standard Takes Over Assets of Delta Coatings II-56
  • Royal Holdings Takes Over Shares of Adhesives Packaging Specialties II-56
  • Royal Adhesives & Sealants to Take Over Extreme Adhesives II-57
  • Henkel Takes Over Pressure Sensitive Adhesives Product Portfolio of Cytec Industries II-57
  • Royal Adhesives & Sealants to Acquire Clifton Adhesives II-57
  • Techsil Signs Agreement with Dr. Hönle and Panacol-Elosol II-58
  • DecoRad® Systems and American Ultraviolet® Sign Exclusive Distribution Agreement II-58
  • Ecology Coatings and BASF Coatings Ink License Agreement II-59
  • Sony Chemical Adopts New Name, Dexerials Corporation II-59
  • Cytec Industries to Commence Production in Shanghai Facility II-59
  • Royal Snaps Up Craig II-60
  • Toyo Ink Rebrands to Tony Ink Mfg Co. II-60
  • Dymax Selects Ellsworth Adhesives Australia as Authorized Distributor II-60
  • Ecology Develops Ultraviolet-Curable Coating for Healthcare Sector II-61
  • Novagard Solutions Secures UL 746E Specification for Novagard UV 800-260 II-61
  • Ashland Performance Materials Inks Agreement with Flint Group II-61
  • Royal Adhesives & Sealants to Take Over Webcraft Chemicals II-61
  • Royal DSM Takes Over Majority Stake in AGI II-62
  • BASF Acquires Cognis II-62
  • IPS Structural Adhesives Takes Over Holdtite II-62
  • Sherwin-Williams Acquires Industrial Wood Coatings Business from Arch Chemicals II-63
  • XSER Coatings Ventures into UV Curable Coatings II-63
  • Momentive Performance Materials and Hexion Merge II-63


  • ALTANA Takes Over Water Ink Technologies II-64
  • Collins Ink Takes over UV Curable Products Business from Hexion Specialty Chemicals II-64


  • 3M Company (US) II-65
  • Ashland, Inc. (US) II-65
  • BASF SE (Germany) II-66
  • Bayer MaterialScience AG (Germany) II-66
  • Craig Adhesives and Coatings (US) II-66
  • Cytec Industries, Inc. (US) II-67
  • Dexerials Corp. (Japan) II-67
  • DIC Corp. (Japan) II-68
  • Sun Chemical Corp. (US) II-68
  • DYMAX Corp. (US) II-68
  • Flint Group (Luxembourg) II-69
  • FUJIFILM Sericol UK Ltd. (UK) II-69
  • LORD Corporation (US) II-69
  • Momentive (US) II-70
  • PPG Industries, Inc. (US) II-70
  • Red Spot Paint & Varnish Company, Inc. (US) II-71
  • Royal DSM N.V. (Netherlands) II-71
  • Toyo Ink Group (Japan) II-71


III. Market








IV. Competitive Landscape

Total Companies Profiled: 103 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 115)

  • The United States (69)
  • Canada (3)
  • Japan (8)
  • Europe (27)
  • - France (2)
  • - Germany (13)
  • - The United Kingdom (9)
  • - Rest of Europe (4)
  • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (7)
  • Middle-East (1)

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